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15 Lakh Applicant For Peon Job in Pakistan: In Pakistan 15 lakh apply for peon post including those with mphil degree

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A recent report has also exposed the dark reality of unemployment amidst Pakistan’s crumbling economy. The report of Pakistan Institute of Development Economies (PIDE) states that 24% of the educated people of the country do not have any job at present. Frustrating thing is that even people having degree like M.Phil are forced to apply for the job of peon.

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According to the Dawn newspaper, PIDE reported that the unemployment rate in the country is at 16% and not at 6.5% as claimed by the government. The Planning and Development Committee was also informed that 40% of educated women are unemployed. It was even told that some people start doing M.Phil because they don’t get better job then they like to study further. That’s why they are not included in the unemployed but the truth is that they do not have a job.

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The committee was also informed that at least 15 lakh people applied for the job of peons in the High Court and among them were M.Phil degree holders. At the same time, research on educated youth and children in the country has not been done at the government level but has been done abroad. There are many research institutes working in the country but they are not getting their benefit.

Corona kills
In the Economic Survey released in June this year, it was told that due to the epidemic of Kovid-19, jobs have been severely affected. Due to the lockdown, about 2 crore people lost their jobs. The report said that Pakistan is the fifth most populous country and has the 9th highest labor presence in the world.

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Pm Narendra Modi Launches 35 Crop Varieties With Special Traits Today, Talk With Farmer Also, Meeting Of Council Of Ministers Today – Live

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Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Tue, 28 Sep 2021 11:11 AM IST

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Giving information on the new variety of crops, the PMO said that crop varieties with special characteristics have been developed by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) to meet the twin challenges of climate change and malnutrition.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to give a big gift to the farmers of the country today. He will dedicate 35 new crop varieties to the nation today. Apart from this, PM Modi will also talk to the farmers of the country and inaugurate the new campus of National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance Raipur. On this occasion, PM Modi will also distribute Green Campus Awards to Agricultural Universities. While giving information on this subject, the PMO said that crop varieties with special characteristics have been developed by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) to deal with the twin challenges of climate change and malnutrition.

Variety of these crops will be introduced
These crops mainly include wilting and sterility mosaic resistant tur, early maturing varieties of soybean, disease resistant varieties of rice, bio-fortified varieties of wheat, millet, maize and chickpea, quinoa, winged bean and faba.

National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance Raipur inaugurated
The National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance has been established in Raipur to conduct basic and strategic research in biotic stress, develop human resources and provide policy support. The PMO said that the institute has started PG courses from the academic session 2020-21.

PMO explains the purpose of Green Campus Awards
Referring to the Green Campus Awards, the PMO said that it has been initiated to motivate state and central agricultural universities to develop or adopt practices that will make their campuses more green and clean, and Will motivate students to join ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’.

PM Modi will preside over the meeting of the Council of Ministers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the meeting of the Council of Ministers today. In this meeting, dealing with Corona can be discussed in the upcoming festivals.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to give a big gift to the farmers of the country today. He will dedicate 35 new crop varieties to the nation today. Apart from this, PM Modi will also talk to the farmers of the country and inaugurate the new campus of National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance Raipur. On this occasion, PM Modi will also distribute Green Campus Awards to Agricultural Universities. While giving information on this subject, the PMO said that crop varieties with special characteristics have been developed by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) to deal with the twin challenges of climate change and malnutrition.

Variety of these crops will be introduced

These crops mainly include wilting and sterility mosaic resistant tur, early maturing varieties of soybean, disease resistant varieties of rice, bio-fortified varieties of wheat, millet, maize and chickpea, quinoa, winged bean and faba.

National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance Raipur inaugurated

The National Institute of Biotic Stress Tolerance has been established in Raipur to conduct basic and strategic research in biotic stress, develop human resources and provide policy support. The PMO said that the institute has started PG courses from the academic session 2020-21.

PMO explains the purpose of Green Campus Awards

Referring to the Green Campus Awards, the PMO said that it has been initiated to motivate state and central agricultural universities to develop or adopt practices that will make their campuses more green and clean, and Will motivate students to join ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’.

PM Modi will preside over the meeting of the Council of Ministers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair the meeting of the Council of Ministers today. In this meeting, dealing with Corona can be discussed in the upcoming festivals.

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There is no shortage of oil in Britain, but why are there long queues at petrol pumps?

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There is no oil at thousands of petrol pumps

For the past few days, you must have seen videos on social media of long queues of vehicles at petrol pumps in Britain or heard about people buying fuel in panic at a very fast pace.

This is happening when the government and oil companies have said that there is no shortage of oil in the country. Yet why and how has such a situation arisen in the country?

Why is this happening at petrol pumps?

A petrop pump owner has called it a ‘murder’ amid the crowd at petrol pumps.

Mile-long queues of vehicles have been formed at many petrol pumps for refueling, in which they have to wait for hours. Some drivers are waiting while sleeping in the car, while some are in a race to break the line and overtake.

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Latest Hindi News: After eastern Ladakh, now Chinese infiltration in Uttarakhand, PLA soldiers fled by breaking bridge – 100 Chinese pla soldiers crossed indian border in uttarakhand barahoti and damage bridge

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Amidst the escalation in eastern Ladakh, China has done a provocative act in the Barahoti area of ​​Uttarakhand. Here more than 100 soldiers of the Chinese army crossed the border and entered India and destroyed many infrastructures. Officials with knowledge of the situation have said that Chinese soldiers also damaged a bridge before retreating from there. China’s attempt to intrude in this area of ​​Uttarakhand has raised alarm bells amid positive progress on the withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh.

In the Barahoti area, there has been infiltration from the Chinese side in the past. In September 2018, there was also news that Chinese soldiers had infiltrated here 3 times. In 1954, this was the first area where Chinese soldiers had infiltrated and later there was an attempt to capture other areas and then the 1962 war was fought.

The incident on 30 August did not lead to a face-off as the PLA troops had withdrawn by the time they faced the Indian troops. Security sources told ET that 55 horses and over 100 soldiers had entered Indian territory more than 5 km after crossing the Tun Jun La pass.

In the last few years, there have been only minor incidents of infiltration from the PLA side in this area. The last time it happened was in July, after which New Delhi’s concerns had increased. Tension with China already persists in eastern Ladakh. Government officials have confirmed that Chinese soldiers, accompanied by army horses, crossed the Tun Jun La pass to a pasture near Barahoti.

It is believed that this group of Chinese soldiers stayed for about three hours. Since this area is a demilitarized zone (where there are no soldiers), the presence of such a large number of PLA soldiers is a matter of concern for the security establishments. Sources said that the local people informed about this infiltration, after which the ITBP and Army team immediately reached there to confirm it. However, before the arrival of the Indian patrol, the Chinese soldiers had left the area and returned.

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